July 2020 – Nationwide Remediation Partners, LLC (NRP) awarded the $3B Nationwide Deactivation, Decommissioning, and Removal (DD&R) IDIQ contract. SE&C provided the LLC lead company, HII, with turnkey business development services including capture planning, proposal management, technical writing, production, and cost volume development. 

June 2020 – KBR Wyle Services, LLC awarded the Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Transportation (EPCT) contract for Blue Origin’s New Glenn Rocket Mast Primary Structure. SE&C provided KBR with proposal management and technical writing services. This win marks KBR’s entrance into the commercial space market.

June 2020 – Navarro Research and Engineering, Inc awarded the $350M EM Nevada Environmental Program Services (EPS). SE&C provided Navarro with turnkey proposal services including proposal management, technical writing, production, and cost volume development.

December 2019 – Central Plateau Cleanup Company LLC awarded the $10B Hanford Central Plateau Cleanup Contract. SE&C provided Amentum with technical SMEs and proposal support personnel for the development of the CPCC proposal.

January 2019 – Aerostar-PermaFix TRU Services, LLC awarded task order for the Test Best Initiative Phase II. As part of the winning team, SE&C provides project management and executive consultancy services to support project execution.

November 2018 – Independent Strategic Management (ISM) Solutions, Inc wins $8M Hanford Technical Support Services Contract. SE&C led the technical volume development and, as a team member, will assist ISM Solutions in providing SMEs to execute awarded task orders.

July 2018 – Leidos wins $365M National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) Research Support Services (RSS) Contract. SE&C supported Leidos’ capture planning process, led the technical volume development, and provided executive management consultancy for color team reviews.

July 2018 – Fluor awarded $30B contracts for Naval Nuclear Laboratory. SE&C led the technical volume development for Fluor and provided executive management consultancy for color team reviews.




Our current and past clientele include Fortune 100 and 500 large businesses as well as small businesses. We pride ourselves in providing quality and reliable consulting services to all of our clients. Our success is demonstrated by the continuing repeat business from our clients.

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Past Performance

Our past performance projects include support of highly complex and high visibility projects across the US DOE complex.


SE&C’s Senior Engineering Manager Mike Weimers shows the redesigned auger-grinder to former DOE-EM Assistant Secretary Monica Regalbuto.

Idaho Cleanup Project Core – IWTU Technical Resolutions

Under contract with Fluor Idaho, LLC since 2015, SE&C has provided technical personnel that has been instrumental at resolving the technical issues of the Integrated Waste Treatment Unit (IWTU).

In addition, SE&C supported Fluor Idaho, LLC during contract transition by providing technical SMEs in the areas of waste management.

TBI – In-tank Pretreatment System (ITPS)

The ITPS consists of filtration and ion exchange units similar to the Savannah River Site Tank Closure Cesium Removal (TCCR) and the Hanford Tank Side Cesium Removal (TSCR) units.

Test Bed Initiative (TBI Project-Offsite Disposal of Hanford LAW)

The DOE Office of Environmental Management (DOE-EM) is conducting a Hanford Test Bed Initiative (TBI) to demonstrate the feasibility of options for retrieval and treatment of the low activity portion of the tank waste at the Hanford Site in Washington State. This waste is designated as ‘low activity waste’ or LAW at Hanford. Once treated, it contains the same constituents as low level radioactive waste (LLW), and would be similar to LLW managed at Hanford, other DOE sites, and commercially-generated LLW regulated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The TBI will use existing processes and commercial facilities to immobilize the treated Hanford tank waste in a solid form which will then be disposed of at Waste Control Specialists LLC (WCS) in Andrews, Texas. 

This three phase demonstration is currently on the second phase which consists of an engineering scale demonstration that will treat and dispose 2,000 gallons of Hanford LAW. The third phase will consist of a full scale demonstration that will treat and dispose up to 500,000 gallons of Hanford LAW.